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Vacant, empty, not filled: “the v. leaves thy mind's imprint will bear,” Sonn. 77, 3. “war-thoughts have left their places v.” Ado I, 1, 304. “stuffs out his v. garments with his form,” John III, 4, 97. with a body filled and “v. mind,” H5 IV, 1, 286. “special dignities, which v. lie for thy best use and wearing,” Tim. V, 1, 145. With of == devoid of: “being of those virtues v.” H8 V, 1, 126.
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